The Whale Trail’s next ‘Orca Talk’ is something you otter know…

(WSB photo, July 2012)
The Whale Trail‘s next “Orca Talk” in West Seattle is NOT about orcas – it’s about the “Natural History of River Otters and Sea Otters,” a topic that has again stirred much curiosity because of the sightings of Puget Sound-frequenting river otters (like “Otto“!), especially along Alki. Find out about the differences between the two and a whole lot more – where do they live, what do they eat, what’s their population situation, what role do we play in their environment? – when TWT hosts Leo Shaw at C & P Coffee Company (5612 California SW; WSB sponsor) on April 30th, one week from Thursday. Doors open 6:15 pm, presentation at 7 pm, space is limited so it’s a great idea to get your ticket(s) ASAP – kids are free, by the way – just go here.

1 Reply to "The Whale Trail's next 'Orca Talk' is something you otter know..."

  • Donna April 21, 2015 (4:16 pm)

    That is an amazing photo, WSB! Maybe we need an Otter Trail, too ;) Looking forward to hearing from Leo and hope to many of you there. (Thanks as always for helping us get the word out, WSB!)

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